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As one of the nation's most respected teaching hospitals, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) has the following employment opportunities. If you are interested in an available position, please apply online at www.mountsinai.org/careers. Please note the job title and location when applying.

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai is an equal opportunity employer.

Positions available as of Thursday, June  22, 2017

Ambulatory Care-ENT

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position 

Ambulatory Care Service - Admin

Patient Service Representative 

Responsibilities include answering and screening phone calls; scheduling appointments; greeting patients; obtains and processes necessary information regarding appointments and cancellations. Data entry and output; prints reports. Maintains office filing system and/or patient chart system. Processes receipts; checks and prepares patient charts. Other duties as assigned by department head. 1-2 years’ experience in a service office environment. High school diploma. Bilingual preferred. Some knowledge of computers and good communication skills.  Per-Diem Position (2)

Communicative Disorders

System Administrative Director, Audiological Services

Director provides administrative direction and coordination in the formulation and interpretation and administration of current and long range policies, procedures, and programs regarding issues of audiology.  Collaborates with the Head of the Division of Otology to develop short-term and long-range plans.  With the Administrative Director of OHNS, interprets and administers policy regarding hiring, payroll, appointments and promotions, placement or orientation of all audiological staff.  Reviews and approves all reclassifications, new positions, and salary increases for audiological staff.  With the Head of the Division of Otology, develops performance goals for audiological staff and directs and coordinates the performance and appraisal system for audiological staff.  Provides oversight to ensure compliance with established standards.  Assures compliance with regulatory, insurance, and ethical standards regarding safety of patients, employees and property.  Identifies contingency plans for potential risks.  Implements quality assurance programs to meet standards and regulations of federal, state, and city accrediting agencies.  Assures standards and regulations of accrediting agencies, such as Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care, Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and New York State and City Department of Health are met.  Responsible for the coordination of audiological services provisions and clinical care of the Inpatient/Outpatient.  Evaluates patients with disorders of hearing or the vestibular system to assess level of function.  Selects and administers diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for patient evaluation and treatment purposes.  Plans and provides rehabilitation services for patients with hearing disorders, including pediatric speech pathology services for children with hearing disorders.  Assess patient’s response to rehabilitation efforts and provides intervention as appropriate.  Oversees availability of appropriate instrumentation for evaluation and rehabilitation of patients with disorders of hearing and evaluation of patients with vestibular disorders.  Oversees ordering and stocking of supplies.  With the Director of Otology, is responsible for the provision of continuing education and quality improvement for in-patient and out-patient audiological rehabilitative goals/services.  Will work with the system head of Vestibular Rehabilitation to coordinate appropriate testing.  Graduate of an accredited Audiology Program (AuD or PhD) and the ability to obtain a New York State License required.  Minimum 10 years experience in clinical audiology and evidence of greater than 3 years of administrative experience.  Full-Time Position

ENT Department

Administrator

Responsibilities include management of departmental operations, the faculty practice, research activities, and the residency program.  Provides direct administrative support to the Chair of the department and the President of the Infirmary as it relates to Otolaryngology.  Develop strategic plans and business analyses for the department.  Administer the Physician Associates of NYEEI, LLC.  Provide leadership and direction for a team of 2 managers, 2 billing companies, and an interdisciplinary staff of 42, in addition to 20 physicians, 16 residents, and 9 researchers.  Full-Time Position

ENT Faculty Practice

Practice Manager

Supervise staff as they engage in daily practice operations.  Determines staff schedules and manages vacation/sick/personal time to ensure that there is adequate coverage for the practice at all times. Meets regularly with staff to discuss pertinent issues. Provides managerial and administrative support. Performs other duties as requested. Bachelor’s degree preferred with a minimum of 2 years management experience in a healthcare setting.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills along with excellent organizational capabilities. Working knowledge of MS Office required; Working knowledge of Meditech software preferred.  Professional billing experience required; Experience implementing EMR (Electronic Medical Records) preferred. Full-Time Position

Eye Faculty Practice OC

Administrative Representative

Provide administrative support to physicians and management. Duties include: providing assistance with physician scheduling, confirming and scheduling patient appointments, writing letters on behalf of the physicians, telephone correspondence with other physician offices, verifying insurance coverage, assisting with insurance/patient accounts receivable, helping to prepare various reports and spreadsheets. Other duties as needed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook required. Medical office or Ophthalmology practice experience preferred.  Excellent verbal, written and communication skills required.  Must possess High School Diploma or equivalent.  Completed college coursework preferred.  Full-Time Position-Physician Team Member

Glaucoma Services

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsibilities include compiling patient history, measuring visual acuity, refractometry, performing visual fields (Humphrey Visual Fields, Goldman Visual Fields) and recording patient history, according to standards established by the Infirmary. Must have background in ophthalmology (JCAHPO and technical certification preferred, but not required). Knowledge of medical instrumentation and its proper care and usage needed. Minimum three years work related experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.   Willing to train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields. Full-Time Position

Medical Affairs/Credentialing

Manager, Medical Staff Services

Responsible for day-to-day hospital credentialing of Mount Sinai Health System Medical Staff and Allied Health Professionals.  Manager will oversee credentialing coordinators and specialists to ensure each practitioner meets the requirements of the credentialing process and policies of the Mount Sinai Health System Hospitals.  Responsibilities included participation in all credentialing activities, ensuring credentialing timelines meet stated deadlines, supervision of staff, assisting with defining measurable and actionable metrics, development of relationships including interactions with corporate partners, clinical departments, physicians, and providers.  Will report directly to the Director or Associate Director of Medical Staff Services.  Selected individual will be a member of the Medical Staff Services Management Team.  Bachelors Degree in a healthcare related field required, Masters preferred.  Five years credentialing in hospitals, medical affairs or the equivalent a plus.  Two years supervisory experience in a healthcare setting preferred.  NAMSS Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) preferred.  Proficiency with Microsoft office required, experience with Cactus or Morrisey, or similar credentialing system preferred.  Full-Time Position

Nursing Administration

Nurse Education Manager

The Nurse Education Manager is an advanced role involving the management, assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of clinical and educational activities, including orientation, staff development and competency assessments.  Leads nursing practice using the tenets of the Professional Practice Model of Relationship Centered Care and the Care Delivery Model of Modified Primary Nursing for the promotion of the patient experience. Demonstrates proficiency in all aspects of Purposeful Hourly Rounding (PHR) and role models expected behaviors.  Oversees the development and implementation of the budget, including capital equipment allocation, and makes recommendations according to MSHS financial goals.  Maintains, reviews and evaluates educational record keeping and reporting systems and modifies as necessary.  Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care, based on physical, psychosocial, educational, safety, and related criteria, appropriate to the age of the patients served in assigned area.  Acts as a management representative for the MSHS or department on committees as designated.  Participates in the ongoing and annual evaluation and performance improvement plans of employees and shares feedback with the Clinical Nurse Managers/Associate Directors/Directors and Senior Directors accordingly.  Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing, Masters degree in Nursing/Allied Health with experience in Nursing Education, and Professional Board certification in clinical specialty or staff development required.  Must have relevant clinical experience in area of nursing practice assigned.  Must have ability to read, write, understand and speak English in a clear and concise manner.  Ability to use data entry, retrieval systems and the electronic medical record documentation system in a proficient manner required.  Full-Time Position

Nursing-4th Floor

Nurse Manager

Responsibilities include coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing care and practice within a specific unit on a 24 hour basis. Maintaining standards of nursing care and practice by supervising and evaluating unit personnel.  Also to promote the philosophy and objectives of the Nursing Department at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. BSN required. BCLS / ACLS / PALS certification required. Baccalaureate degree and Master’s Degree required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required. Graduate of an accredited program of nursing education. Two years previous proven experience and expertise in a first line management position commensurate with the unit's clinical demands preferred.  IV/EKG certified or with prior training preferred but not required.  Must be available to work flexible hours. Computer Knowledge, Management/Supervisor experience in hospital setting preferred.   Bilingual preferred.  Full-Time Position

Nursing - 9th Floor

Nursing Assistant 

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Operating Room-2nd Floor

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position (1)

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  LPN or graduate of an Accredited Nursing Program or one year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Per Diem Position (1)

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

4th Floor Operating Room

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (1) 

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  LPN or graduate of an Accredited Nursing Program or one year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Full-Time Position

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (1)

 

Otolaryngology

Executive Assistant

Provides administrative/secretarial assistance to senior executives.  Provides administrative support including typing, preparing reports and correspondence. Coordinates supervisors’ calendars, schedules, and meetings. Responsible for the timely and accurate ordering of department supplies. Maintains office filing systems in an orderly fashion. Performs other duties as requested.  Analyzes problems and resolves them or refers them to the appropriate person. Requests volunteers and provides training and supervision as needed.  A minimum 5 years administrative experience. Demonstrated experience using MS Office, specifically Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel, and creating and editing correspondence and Excel spreadsheets.  Demonstrated ability to work without direct supervision, prioritize work, multi-task and take initiative.  Demonstrated diplomacy with physicians, employees, patients and vendors is required. Bachelor’s Degree required.  Bilingual a plus.  Full-Time Position

Surgical Coordinator

Perform all administrative duties as it relates to the coordination of booking and insurance per-authorization prior to patients surgeries and procedures. Efficient time management skills and telephone etiquette. Excellent communication and customer service skills.  Some knowledge of insurance verification preferred. Must be able to work under stressful conditions and have some decision making capabilities; good telecommunication skills: be computer literate and have knowledge of patient scheduling techniques. Strong organizational and communications skills. Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus. Bachelor’s preferred. High School graduate with some college and at least 3 years work experience in high patient volume area required.  Full-Time Position

PACU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

Patient Accounts

Biller

Responsibilities include third party insurance billing and review and processing of funds.  Inclusive also is review of trial balances and adjustment of accounts after payment.  Third party billing knowledge required as well as PC skills.  Prior office experience also required.  Full-Time Position

Plant Operations

Mechanic

Troubleshoot and repair of buildings and installed systems to include: plumbing and electrical systems, kitchen equipment, roofs, drains, door hardware, light carpentry, grounds equipment and HVAC. Clean, lubricate and service a wide variety of pumps, valves, pneumatic controls, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic devices.   Assist with installation and modification of building equipment systems.  Respond immediately to emergency situations.  Inspect buildings, grounds and equipment for unsafe or malfunctioning conditions.   High School Diploma or GED equivalent and 5 years related trade experience in a building-related trade preferred / 3 years hospital maintenance experience preferred. Strong knowledge of the use and care of tools and equipment used in facility and ground maintenance required.  Full-Time Temporary Position

Quality

Quality Manager

The overall responsibility of the Quality Manager is to promote and support systems and processes to achieve high quality, safe, cost-effective healthcare with the integration of quality, patient safety, and regulatory compliance. The Quality Manager assumes the administrative responsibility for the functioning of the Quality Department in the absence of the Director.  Full-Time Position

Radiology

CT Technologist

Must be able to utilize CT Scanners to produce cross-section images of patient's internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues.  Candidate must be able to interpret a physician's instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scanner and position patient correctly.  Must be able to conduct examinations in accordance with the highest standards of safety, courtesy, and privacy at all times.  Five years CT experience and multi-slice technology required.  Must have New York State License/Radiologic Technology and ARRT certification.  Per Diem Position (2)

CT Technologist 

Must be able to utilize CT Scanners to produce cross-section images of patient's internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues.  Candidate must be able to interpret a physician's instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scanner and position patient correctly.  Must be able to conduct examinations in accordance with the highest standards of safety, courtesy, and privacy at all times.  Five years CT experience and multi-slice technology required.  Must have New York State License/Radiologic Technology and ARRT certification.  Full-Time Position

Safety and Emergency Management

Emergency Manager

Responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and oversight of new preparedness initiatives and programs for New York Eye and Ear of Mount Sinai.  Conducts research and analysis of guidance and policies to assist in preparedness efforts.  Assures regional responsibilities are fulfilled with regard to coordination of preparedness initiatives and/or event responses.  Collaborates with multiple service lines and departments within Hospital Operations including, but not limited to, clinical leadership, Hospital Administration, Safety, Security, Finance, Information Technology, Legal, Marketing and Purchasing.  Serves as the Senior Project Officer to oversee the development of deliverables, policies, and guidelines for NIMS/HEICS compliance and NYDOHHMH deliverables.  Develops and provides training; conducts drills and exercises consistent with HSEEP methodologies to ensure readiness and improve response.  Master's Degree in Emergency Management, Hospital Administration, or related topic preferred.  Three years hospital-based Emergency Management experience required.  Full-Time Position

Environmental Health and Safety Manager

Responsible for providing effective leadership, direction, integration, and coordination.  Provides safety in accordance with current application of Federal, State, Local, and The Joint Commission Standards.  Prepares the organization for upcoming surveys from all regulatory agencies.  Takes a leadership role in preparing the hospital for Joint Commission, CMS, DOH, OSHA, EPA or other regulatory entity survey, identifying areas for improvement and for monitoring improvement of preparation efforts.  Coordinates external audit services for Joint Commission/CMS readiness audits in the areas of EOC, Life Safety, and Emergency Management.  Bachelor’s Degree preferred.  Must have at least 7 years in a managerial capacity in Security, Law Enforcement, or Hospital Facilities Management.  Full-Time Position

Sleep Center

Sleep Center Technician

Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred. Current CPR or BCLS certification. Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required.  Part-Time Position / 20-30 Hours a Week

Sleep Center Technician

Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred. Current CPR or BCLS certification. Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required.  Full-Time Position (1)

Sleep Center Technician

New York State license required; must be authorized to work in New York State.  Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred.  Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required.  Per Diem Position (2)

Social Service

Social Worker

Follows patients through the continuum of care providing psychosocial services to patients and families on the Inpatient and Ambulatory Surgery Units as well as in the Ambulatory Care Center.  Conducts pre-admission evaluations and collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to provide counseling and coordinate discharge planning.  Participates in performance improvement initiatives and program development.  Attends Head and Neck Cancer Patient Case Conferences and Discharge Planning Meetings.  LMSW required, LCSW preferred.  Minimum of one year of social work experience in a health care setting required.  Computer proficient.  Full-Time Position

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